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." i'm fred roggin. >>> the return of conan. your early-morning entertainment headlines are straight ahead. >>> plus, after some uncertainty, they're headed home. you're watching "early today." >>> welcome back. let me break down the timeline of earl. this afternoon and this evening, the wind and rain arrives in the outer banks of north carolina. also, eventually late tonight in virginia beach and norfolk. by the time we get to friday morning, the weather will quickly be going downhill from new jersey, maryland and delaware, so virginia beach up to toms river. then by friday night, the peak of the worst of it in southern new england and eastern new england will come during the overnight hours, especially out there on cape cod with long branch, the montauk, new london, connecticut and nantucket, that will be the bad stuff on the cape. that's where we could have some significant damage from earl. very powerful storm this morning. well, if you're watching us on wsfa 12 in montgomery, alabama, with the summer's end, check out flowers of all shapes and sizes at "summer blossoms: a bouquet
night live." plus, jay versus dave versus conan. what's it like to play beer pong with betty white? jimmy fallon, keeping it real. even when he imitates other people. he's next on "larry king live." >> larry: i love our openings. thank you, folks. good night. we are out of time. jimmy fallon is here, he's host of the double emmy award winning "late night with jimmy fallon." hosting the 62nd annual emmy awards this night on nbc. >> it's not the 60-second annual prime time -- longer than 60 seconds. i don't want people thinking it's -- >> larry: i meant the show is 62 years. >> longer than 60 seconds. longer than a minute. >> larry: i have in front of me an emmy i won. >> hey. >> larry: yeah. so i thought it would be appropriate to display -- >> that's a beautiful award. >> larry: you have probably gotten them. >> i got one recently. i think they mail them to you. i haven't got mine fed-ex'd to me yet. >> larry: how did they ask you to host this. >> it's on nbc this year so i think they run down the nbc list of like -- so i was right under "the biggest loser" and me. they said, no. i
roggin. >>> the return of conan. your early-morning entertainment headlines are straight ahead. >>> plus, after a summer of uncertainty, they're headed home. you're watching "early today." >>> well, welcome back. while the east coast worries about hurricane earl, the west coast, all you're worried about is sunscreen and staying in the shade. another mini heat wave heading your way. about 103 in vegas today, 108 in phoenix. we actually turn the heat up in san francisco for a change, too. 92 today. i know the interior valleys are going to be about 100 all through the valleys of california. medford, 100. and even portland and seattle getting up there a little bit warmer. friday, not a lot of changes. san francisco slightly cooler, but still very mild everywhere, and looks like we're in for a dry weather pattern into the holiday weekend. so, that's great news. >>> if you're watching us on king 5 news in seattle, talk about interactive. try the high wire elastic acrobatics or the tight rope bar at the circus science under the big top at the pacific science center. that's your "pacific event o
without any major delays. back to you. >> thank you. >>> an interesting year for conan o'brien. whoopi has joined an elite group of celebrities. has joined an elite group of celebrities. >> pure, like the man himself. >> a single name for conan o'brien. he took this approach and announced the name of his new show, "conan." simple and basic, using a marker of a sheet of paper. that is funny. >>> 74 degrees on this thursday morning. >> we wi >>> >> welcome back. an amazing story of survival in new york city. >> a 22-year-old man jumped from the building and felt 40 stories and landed on a car and is a live this morning with two broken legs and is in the hospital recovering. some witnesses were there and they say it is a sight they will never forget. >> all i see is him yelling, his legs, his legs. there was not that much blood or anything. it was amazing. he crushed vehicle. >> his head was sticking abubakar and his legs were backwards. >> the car's owner credits the rosary beads in his vehicle for saving a man's life. >>> a lot more in the second albert. -- second hour. >> a big step forwar
. >>> and this from team coco.com. conan o'brien revealing the name of his new late-night show, coming to our sister network tbs november 8th. the new show name, "conan." though conan writes on his website he was really pushing for "360 with anderson cooper featuring conan o'brien." >> i saw that. >> but no one had his back. anderson, what do you think? your graphics team came one a professional show look. >> wow. i didn't notice me with the red hair there. wow. that's even creepier than me with silver hair. >> i'm loving the red hair. dreamy. just dreamy. >> i wish i could grow a beard like conan does. maybe someday. >> not such a good look. >> you don't like the beard i? think the beard's kind of cool. >> not so much. >> wow. tough crowd. isha, thanks very much. for tonight's shot pretty much the reason i think the internet was invented. after a heavy night nothing like a dog in a dress dancing the merengue. on youtube. where else would we find it? the dog's name is carrie. let's watch and enjoy. ♪ oh! hey. gets lonely out on the farm. no one to dance with. there we go. sewed the dress himself.
about conan o'br >>> all right, time for "the skinny." >> yes. we're both conan o'brien fans. some news about him out today. >> he's got the beard because he's been off the air for several months now. we all know what happened there with nbc. he's making a return and making a splash now with the title of his new show on tbs. >> a clever title too. >> it is very clever. he says he spent millions of dollars researching it, his lawyers and his whole team trying to come up with a new title. before i hit it with you on this let's listen to what he had to say in his big announcement on youtube. >> i spent millions of dollars, i've had media, research companies, we've had thousands of people working round the clock, and we have got it. drumroll, please. rrr! more of a cat purring, sorry. and -- bang! there it is. "conan." >> now that's original. >> sweet and simple, after all that research. "conan." that says it all. he has such a huge following, no matter what he called it people will tune in. that show premieres november 8th on tbs. this big announcement about what the na
was smoking a couple packs a day, too. >>> also ahead, conan o'brien has big plans for his new show. according to the only small thing about it is the title, small just because it's short. conan is going to call it -- >> he said the "n" looks like a "w". >>> first, an update on the amanda knox story. the student from seattle was convicted of murder in italy last year. now a former fbi agent has taken a close look at the case and has begun to ask the question, was this young woman wrongfully convicted? >> reporter: for nearly three years amanda knox has been in an italian prison. she's currently appealing her conviction for the november 2007 murder of her roommate, 2 21-year-old meredith kercher. she was sentenced to 20 years in prison, her former boyfriend, raffaele solletico, was also prosecuted. prosecutes say the two slit her throat. the family says prosecution had no physical evidence linking amanda to the crime scene and she was co-herselfed into giving a confession after hours of badgering by police. steve moore, a retired fbi agent, followed the amanda knox trial and had no doubt she wa
" movie died at the age of 100. >>> conan o'brien band leader won't be joining him on his new late-night show. >>> in the case of george lopez and wife ann, there is an unusual wrinkle. the two are amicably splitting after 17 years, but george can never truly say good-bye to ann. you see, five years ago had he was suffering from a genetic kidney disorder, she saved his life donating him one of her kidneys. >>> just going back for two seconds to lindsay lohan. just once, just once i would love to be on the air where we don't have to say those two words. just once. >> so lard to comment, because the story goes on and on and on. we've run out of comments. right? >> she's a train wreck. >> exactly. >> everybody loves a good comeback. we'll check to see. thanks. >>> from wsmv 4 news, shining once again. the grand old opry opened its doors for a special concert after recent floods severely damaged to completely wash away what some call the home of american music. the only reminder of the disaster, the flood line on the wall in a piece of the original stage where many a star was born. ver
, soon to be ex- wife of -- kelsey grammer and a designer and guru. conan o'brien announced to his fans by youtube his talk show will be named conan. it debuts november 8th. >>> no plans for labor day weekend and metro mix says there's no excuse. we have the ultimate guide for holiday evens ♪ [ music ] >> reporter: in fab news, there's a beatles tribute. the music festival honors the work and legend of the beatles. festivities start tonight an run through tuesday. >>> the national symphony orchestra labor day cool concert is back on the west lawn. it is this sunday at 5:00 p.m. gates open at 3:15. >>> it is the second annual labor day sunset sail at cantina marina. the romantic lay bore day cruise happens between 6:00 and 9:00 p.m. on saturday. there's something for everyone this labor day weekend. for more information on these events and scores more, they are on-line at dc.metromix.com. just search key word "labor." >>> before we, go we all know this game, dodge ball and now local college is trying to break the world record for the most people to play in a single game george mason yo
. >>> and plus, conan o'brien, and what will he call the new show. , but this is a can. yes it is. you can't have a box top on a can. yes we can. but a can isn't a box. we know. i don't think you do. [ male announcer ] progresso. you gotta taste this soup. >>> the change of command ceremony in baghdad today. the u.s. top general, general odierno, stepping down, on this, the first day of the new start, new dawn, as it's called, "operation new dawn." the start of the noncombat phase of the u.s. military operation in iraq. our pentagon correspondent chris lawrence is embedded with the u.s. troops. has some perspective from the troops who are now on the ground. now, it's official. american troops who once led missions now assist iraqi forces. what does september 1st mean to you? >> to me, it means we've done well and we've worked ours out of a job. which is what we came here to do in the first place. >> it means that i'm not going to have to come back. >> reporter: september 1st means more work for some american flight crews. especially those flying blackhawks. >> we're the only -- one of the only su
and replacing him with conan o'brien. john cline didn't sugarcoat what happened to him at cnn. "people in this business get shot, i got shos," he told "new york" magazine. his tenure at cnn meant a doubling down on news. crossfire was out, lou dobbs was out, and seasoned journalists such as campbell brown, john king, and candy crowley were in especially for larry king. instead hired were kathleen parker, eliot spitzer and piers morgan. joining me to talk about these moves, in new york, senior reporting for broadcasting and cable manage in. tamp, media critic for the "st. petersburg times." here in washington, executive producer of "bbc america's" "bbc world news america." are you feeling their pain? you got sacked as producer of the news six months after couric's debut. can be a brutal business. >> i was looking at my iphone friday and thought, boy, this is not a good day to be a middle aged white media executive. i was attempted to hide under the desk. sure, nobody likes to get fire department. -- fired. i didn't and i'm sure these guys didn't. john and jeff were in the jobs probably
was upset. >> larry: but, yeah, did you it pretty good and then we were on conan the next night. both of us were on conan. >> that's right. >> larry: the cast of "seinfeld" reunites next. [ male announcer ] fact -- no pain medicine is proven to last longer than advil. not tylenol. not aleve. nothing lasts longer than advil. pain relief that lasts. one more reason to make advil your #1 choice. pain relief that lasts. and i'm going to introduce you in two weeks. he's a dentist so whiten your teeth. no coffee, no espresso. mm-hmm. ♪ [ female announcer ] crest 3d white toothpaste. the remarkable toothpaste that removes up to 80% of surface stains in just two weeks... hi. i'm paul. [ female announcer ] for a noticeably whiter smile in just two weeks crest 3d white toothpaste. also try crest 3d white rinse. ♪ loves to tell everyone how drivers can get discounts up to 40 percent. your neighbors -- your neighbors can tell you, too. they're probably some of state farm's 40 million drivers. so talk to them. then call a state farm agent like me. call her. then call a state farm agent like me. ♪
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people thought i really was upset. >> larry: but, yeah, did you it pretty good and then we were on conan the next night. both of us were on conan. >> that's right. >> larry: the cast of "seinfeld" reunites, next. ♪ when it's planes in the sky ♪ ♪ for a chain of supply, that's logistics ♪ ♪ when the parts for the line ♪ ♪ come precisely on time ♪ that's logistics ♪ ♪ a continuous link, that is always in sync ♪ ♪ that's logistics ♪ ♪ there will be no more stress ♪ ♪ cause you've called ups, that's logistics ♪ [ malhis day starts thwith his arthritis pain.. that's breakfast with two pills. the morning is over, it's time for two more pills. the day marches on, back to more pills. and when he's finally home... but hang on; just two aleve can keep arthritis pain away all day with fewer pills than tylenol. this is steven, who chose aleve and 2 pills for a day free of pain. and get the all day pain relief of aleve in liquid gels. >> george costanza? >> yeah. >> is getting married. how am i gonna wear this? i can't wear this. hey this looks better than anything y
50 points. >>> and this from team cocoa.com, conan o'brien revealing the name of his new late-night show coming to tbs november 8th. the new show name "conan." he writes on his website, anderson, listen up, really pushing for "360 with anderson cooper featuring conan o'brien." your graphic scene came up with a potential show look -- >> i didn't notice me with the red hair there. that's even creepier than me with silver hair. >> i'm loving the head hair. dreamy. >> i wush i could grow a beard like conan does. >> not such a good look. >> you don't like the beard? i think it's kind of cool. >> no, uh-uh. not so much. >> wow, tough crowd. all right. isha, thanks very much. for tonight's shot. pretty much the reason the internet was invented, isha, after a heavy night, nothing like a dog in a dress dancing the merenge. where else would we find it but youtube? that's right. just watch and enjoy. oh, hey. gets lonely out on the farm. no one to dance with. there we go. there's a little dress. learned to dress himself. i don't know if that's true. >> that is so troubling. >> it's troub
died at the age of 100. >>> and conan o'brien's band leader max weinberg won't be joining him on his new late-night show. >>> finally, showbiz divorces aren't rare, but in the case of george lopez and his wife there is an unusual wrinkle. the two are amicably splitting after 17 years. but george can never truly say good-bye to ann. you see, five years ago when he was suffering from a genetic kidney disorder, she saved his life by donating to him one of her kidneys. i don't know, kind of a slap in the face there. that's sad to see hem break up after all that. they went through a lot. >> i know. i know. we'll let them work it all out hopefully. this is "first look" on msnbc, stay tuned, because "way too early" with willie geist starts right now. >>> while the president hits the campaign trail for democrats today, joe biden spent the day yesterday telling his party to stop whining and then defending the white house against some of the claims made in bob woodward's new book. the question is how bad were biden and obama fighting over afghanistan? >>> in a terrible twist of fate, the owner
serious right now. so that's it. >> we have one other quick breakup to tell you about. team conan is losing a valuable member. for 17 years. max weinberg is not making the move to tbs. like i said, 17 years. they said he won't be joining them on "conan," that's the new name of the late-night program. it is set to air coming up in november. you won't be seeing him there. he said it was a very rewarding experience. i should say november 8th. they remain very good friends. they have a strong bromance. around his house. these people chose freedom over restrictions. independence over limitations. they chose mobility. they chosehe scooter store. and this is the team of mobility experts who made it all happen. ii great news, you've been approved for payment. dr. cruz, i'm calling on behalf ofmarie stanford. and they can make it happen for you. hi, i'm doug harrison, if you're living with limited mobility, call the scooter store today. i promise, no other company will work harder to make you mobile or do more to ensure your total satisfaction. i expected they'd help me file some paperwork
are is my face shrinking. new rumors are flying everyday. coh conan is out and no one is talking about the greatest talk show host of all time, mr. joey bishop. >> larry: it's flattering. am i hard to do? >> no, it's pretty easy. >> larry: i don't know how to take that. >> you know, you're iconic. i'm so familiar with your voice. i've been hearing it and listening to it for a long time. >> larry: i'm honored. >> thank you. you do us the service of dressing in an easy way. >> larry: you're making fun of it? >> we are with that sketch too. >> larry: take us through a week? >> monday, we pitch ideas to our host, amy. we get started on the writing. everybody piles into lorne's office, we talk about one or two things we're walking on. >> larry: the writers. >> cast members do as well. people don't understand how much the cast members write and contribute to that as well. >> larry: tuesday? >> people roll in here around noon and stay through the night a fair share of us, a good group of us stay through the night all the way until wednesday. >> larry: lorne is here through all of this? >> oh,
will square off for their first debate. conan nolan gives us a preview. >> it is potentially the make or break moment of the campaign. for the seasoned political veterans and former ceo with all the state watching. >> we are not decided yet. >> undecided. >> jay brown, what is he going to do differently? >> what question would you have for her? >> same question. what would she do differently? >> i will be watching closely and i guess after this, will have to make my conclusion. the way things look now, i can't decide. >> jerry brown, the democratic candidate for governor, has a tremendous amount of debate experience going back 40 years, but that's not always an advantage says sherry jeffrey. >> jerry brown sometimes comes off a little brickly. a little self-important, if you will. a little bit more experience in the world. that's difficult enough in this political environment when everyone loves the outsider and it is still more difficult for a male candidate to do that when debating a female candidate. >> former ebay chief executive officer meg whitman had a few debates in the primary. that's
, washington, monday afternoon. it appears they snatched one of the puppies and put it in a backpack. >>> conan o'brien will make a big announcement today. the form "tonight show" host says he's going to announce the name of his new tv show. it will debut on tbs in november. o'brien made the announcement on twitter saying, i was going to announce the name of my new show today, but my lawyers tell me the return of "nanny mcphee" is taken, is tune in tomorrow. we'll have to wait and see what he does. >>> scott mcgrew says the company that runs fox news channel has dumped mark herd from its board. >> the former head of hewlett-packard left that company under very peculiar circumstances. we don't know what. he left after accusations he had some kind of relationship with an actress and misrepresented his expense account. it's still a mystery. but we know that herd has left his position on the board of directors of news corp., which runs, among other things, fox news channel. the company says he was, quote, not renominated to his position. okay, here's a weird one for you. all kinds of finger-pointin
those ads separate, which is probably what conan o'brien was thinking when he posted this tweet. he says, "craigslist has shut down their adult services section. looks like the used futon for sale ads are about to get a lot more interesting." and in fact, that's exactly what craigslist is trying to prevent, or was trying to prevent. >> and you can see maybe where the attorney general is coming from. they didn't remove the site. they put the censored bar up. they didn't remove it, exactly. >> yes. in other countries, you can still access it, but not in the united states. and certainly, it didn't take a rocket scientist to figure out what was being sold there. >> yeah. >> yeah. >> right, exactly. >> scott, thank you very much. >> thank you. >>> this morning the fbi is investigating a bomb threat aboard a plane in los angeles. the pilot of a thai airways flight landed at l.a.x. after a bomb threat was spotted written on one of the plane's bathroom mirrors. the plane landed safely at around 9:00 last night and was taken to a remote part of the airport for inspection. the president of the air
by a sharp increase in pot smoking. that has the prop 19 debate letting up. conan nolan has the story. >> reporter: the highest rate of drug use in a decade, up 9% nationally and in california. some believe it's part of the economic downturn. l.a. county sheriff lee bacca. >> people are using drugs as an alternative to unemployment challenges, that could be part of the explanation. >> reporter: most disturbing is the increase in drug use among the young. that the spike in the use of marijuana mirrors a changing attitude. >> when we ask questions about young people's perception of risk of drugs, they don't see drugs as risky. >> some blame medical marijuana. dr. howard samuels says scores of his clients have become addicts as a result of medical marijuana. >> which is some of the most powerful toxic, marijuana out there. these are kids that are 17, 18, 19, 20 years old that are addicted to it, smoke it all day, all they do is walk into these shops and get whatever they want. it is a joke. >> reporter: today's report may end up playing a role on the ballot. it would be a tax source for
suspension. and even so, celebrities are getting in on this whole thing too. conan o'brien tweeted yesterday with a bunch of garbled consonants and vowels. you could sort of make out what he said. he said texting while driving looks dangerous. and it is, the numbers show it. celebrities are trying to say, cut it out. >> i guess parents are the key, something we've always known. >> listen to what they say. >> i'll show you this because it's really funny. apparently a football game ended in controversy when th >>> defensive democrats. new political fighting before midterm elections. the tactics before the november vote. >>> then, water woes. unsafe conditions after floods in the upper midwest. the damage, evacuations and hassles. >>> and, "insomniac theater." the long-awaited "wall street" sequel. >> she lying there in bed at night with you, might be nervous to sleep. >> a star-studded chick flick. it's monday, september 27th. >> from abc news, this is "world news now." >> a familiar face here on "world news now." >> yes, i'm back in a different seat. i filled in for you a couple of weeks ago.
's like a 400 pound wonder woman next to a 85-pound conan the barbarian and they're having a conversation. strange. and every time, the best time. >> who are these people? who are they? >> they're everybody. it's like -- it's everybody from every walk of life. it's the strangest -- you think it would be sort of niche group like, oh, it's sort of these people. but they come from -- like national security people. it's people you wouldn't think. it's strangest thing. >> now, you have had to, you don't have a choice but to embrace this. these are your fans. you don't have a choice. >> i don't have a choice. no. but what i love about it is that everyone is really nice. you sort of hear stories of like all the fans, crazy, you have to sort of -- i have never had that experience. >> i'm sure you see some crazy stuff. we just did an interview with a woman we couldn't even see her face because of her outfit. what are the craziest things you have seen over there that made you stop and think what in the world? >> some people who did their costumes like 12 feet tall. you know, they sort of walk aroun
the reality of operating as a humanitarian here. tomas conan for doctors without borders has witnessed the growing threat. >> it's true. that pakistan is -- i can't say it's an easy environment. it's a difficult environment for workers to work with. there have been a number of security incidents not only on the workers but on everybody and the civilian population. >> reporter: but it's not just pakistan. in conflict zones around the world, aid workers have gone from helpers to targets. in fact n the past three years, over 400 aid workers have been targeted or killed around the globe. and now pakistani taliban has specifically threatened aid workers helping with flood relief. increasingly aid groups are relying on locals to lower the risk. we met with a local pakistani who works for relief international delivering aid to flood victims. is it safer for you to operate? for you to provide the relief than for the western organizations? because you're local, you speak the language? >> yeah. they would be very attractive target. >> reporter: i looked at some of the damaged flood areas and tal
's a long line of lazy irish guys who came out of there, trying to avoid real work. conan o'brien, you know, and our method of avoiding real work was to aim for show business. >> you are the comedy. >> i am the only dramatist to emerge from the harvard lampoon. >> are you in this coming season? >> yes. i am trying to get me back to do an episode playing bill pacxtons lawyer which i find difficult since i have this day. >> take a day off. >> you know what, i like no vacation. in three years, i have a had no vacation. >> what i found here is they don't check your vacation. i work less here than i did in college. >> also on this particular show they don't seem to check what time you show up. >> no, they don't. >> i turn this thing on sometimes and she's sitting here alone and then at some point you're there. >> i show up. >> anywhere near 6:00 a.m. these odd arrival times. >> i am what i am. >> yeah. >> is it my understanding for my live 10:00 p.m. show, if i show up at 10:18 -- >> that's not okay if you. >> it's not the same for this? >> you've got to have a co-host that can carry you. >> tha
in shortly. mr. conan o'brien. >> steve: and the band leader won't be with him. >> brian: he's not going to go? >> gretchen: you're so on top of things. >> steve: it was in the paper. some other headlines for you and we're starting with korea. new video shows members of a workers party being bussed to the country's first party meeting in 30 years. don't worry, folks, on the bus, they're not going to be busted. north koreans celebrated the occasion by dancing in the streets. >> brian: look at that. it looks so natural. >> steve: it's not -- >> brian: take it from me, it's hard to master the dance. >> steve: you would know. before the meeting kim jung-il promoted his youngest son to a four star general. experts say the move guarantees that his son will succeed his dad. >> gretchen: sad story now, a top chef from new jersey who was featured on gordon ramsey's show, kitchen nightmare, apparently has committed suicide. 39-year-old joseph sirniglia found in the hudson river. believed he jumped. he was deep in debt, he survived by his wife and three children. >>> a contestant on another show co
was overlooked. conan, kimmel, all those jobs, he was seen as a contender for that. now frankly he's more relevant than any of those guys. >> a guy who had some success in stand-up comedy career, a short-lived talk show on mtv and thought he was going to get one of the big sort of conventional late night shows, didn't. and ends up having in manim ways a bigger more substantial career than some of the guys who theoretically won. >> it's so funny, you a great story in the piece about stephen colbert telling his wife their friend, jon stewart had been chosen to host "the daily show." >> she said, wait a minute, he was the quiet guy in the corner with the beard, not the funny one. what's he doing getting the show? stewart is a very smart guy. there's no magic formula as he says. he's worked hard at his humor, getting booed off stage in all the standard sort of start-up things. he lucked into a niche in some ways, "the daily show" existed before he took over as house. it wasn't nearly as political, as topical. he knew he wanted to give it some weight. but some things that have happened in the
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